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AP Art, Photography Students Visit Chicago

AP Art and Photography students recently took a class trip to Chicago to explore all of the different sites to see the different types of art. While at Chicago, art students participated in the following: taking the Metra Train to Chicago, walking in downtown Chicago, examining works of art at the Chicago Art Institute, visiting Millennium Park and The Bean, eating lunch at the Water Tower Place m…

Read more → January 16, 2018 8:24pm
Lauryn Lieske

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